I’m completely mad for this new Chinti & Parker knitwear collection. Muted colours, classic cuts but generous silhouettes, and the prices aren’t bad either. It’s surprisingly hard to find jumpers I like that aren’t super-plain or too tricksy. Usually there’s far too much going on and even I’m bored of my navy sweater drawer. (more…)
This shot from the Noah AW18 look book grabbed my attention last week. I thought I was over preppy anything, but right now I really want an oversized rugby, some too-short chinos (or cords) and have I mentioned my Pillow Heat deadstock Vans fixation?
Breaking it down, I don’t really want classic country club prep, I think I want skater prep – but the clean and ironed version. (more…)
Net-a-Porter is embracing hype commerce with gusto, and I’m conflicted!
These short-term ‘online pop-ups’ are a way to get people shopping instantly (deliberate and be prepared to kick yourself later), a kind of fast fashion for the luxury brigade. I’m generally against that mindless consumption behaviour, but hear me out!
Net-a-Porter’s latest pop-up is from Gabriela Hearst, whose tailoring is widely coveted by the kind of cool executive women who also love The Row,
Celine Phoebe Philo and Hermes. But this is all about her bags. (more…)
It’s sweater weather! Specifically Merino sweater weather, aka the lightweight, fine gauge knits that I stockpile from Cos and & Other Stories. Merino is not celebrated nearly enough imo; did you know that superfine Merino wool has been found to be therapeutic for eczema sufferers? (more…)